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Another Swimmer Fabric Print!

Swim Champs Fabric Print Design by Eileen McKenna
I’m excited to announce another swimmer themed fabric is available in my Spoonflower shop!

“Swim Champs” joins eight other fabric designs in the Swimmer theme, perfect for making a quilt, bag, or any other sewing project for your favorite swimmer!
Swimmer Fabric Prints by Eileen McKenna available on Spoonflower | Swim Fabric Designs https://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/eileenmckenna
Click here to visit my Spoonflower shop! Click here to see swim related sewing projects.

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Valentine’s Day gifts from watercolor art

Valentine's Day gifts by Eileen McKenna on Zazzle #valentines #day #gifts
My first countdown to a holiday, with a daily painting/illustration, was back in 2015 when I counted down to Valentine’s Day. I really enjoyed the challenge because for the first day or two you explore the obvious stuff, but as the days go on you dive a little deeper into the theme and get more creative. After experimenting this year with uploading Christmas countdown art on Zazzle for cards and ornaments, I thought it would be fun to upload some of my favorite Valentine’s Day creations. I hope you like them! Click here to visit my Zazzle shop and see them all.


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Christmas Countdown 10/25 – Gifts

Christmas Countdown 10/25 - Gifts #christmas #creative
Paint/draw along with me!
Creative prompts for Christmas countdown #Christmas #creative #advent

Have you seen my nutcracker pin? Click here to purchase a Nutcracker pin ($9.00 + shipping) through Paypal.
Nutcracker enamel pin

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Have you visited my online shop? Prints of my seascapes are available on watercolor paper or canvas, in many sizes including the new “mini” canvas 11″ x 14″ at shop.eileenmckenna.com. Take a peek! The perfect gift for beach lovers.


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Giving my artwork as a gift.

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I’ve been playing around with the idea of giving whimsical house (or door) paintings as hostess gifts (either framed or made into ornaments). I’ve come a long way this year, in terms of my confidence as an artist, but there is something scary about giving my artwork as a gift! Regardless of whether or not I’ll get up the nerve – I’ve started painting. The house is my brother and sister-in-law’s. I definitely want to try another version!

Here are my steps:
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